Given the continued pace of technological and societal change, what new jobs and professions might emerge in the coming years? From crypto detective to space junk removal officer, these weird and wonderful jobs could be undertaken by humans or robots in future.
As the online world continues to change before our eyes, Google has offered insights on what we can expect from the future of retail.
The idea of robots moving into the workplace is often met with a negative reaction. Hysterical predictions of Matrix-style human subjection or Terminators roaming the land are never far away from the topic.
In any job sector, there is always a debate of whether technology will overtake human jobs, and the contact centre is no different. These arguments are always made in black and white and assume the workforce will be entirely human or entirely robot.
As part of our Fleet For Growing Businesses hub we’ve taken at some key business fleet terms, and the whole life cost is an important part of planning.
Real Business recently went to Berlin to attend an intriguing event by Konica Minolta on the future, where author and scriptwriter Douglas Coupland unveiled some hard-hitting truths about technology shaping the way we think.
Since the dawn of the internet age, businesses have faced the constant challenge of incorporating the world’s ever-evolving tech trends into their daily operations.
Far from giving schools a grade based on exam performance, the education system should have to show value by demonstrating student job success.
Steve Byrne, CEO at Travel Counsellors, discusses how investing in technology is critical to long-term survival and future-proofing to produce success.
The news has been strewn with articles about millennials, or Generation Y, in recent months. Those 20-somethings who are struggling to get on the property ladder, who crave a more flexible approach to work, and who rely on dating apps to find romance. But what of so-called Generation Z?
Most business owners plan 12-24 months into the future, but have you thought about what you want your business to achieve in the next decade and beyond?
When did our workspaces turn into playgrounds? Google’s Zurich HQ has a slide, while LinkedIn’s office is stocked with drums and guitars – but such perks may not be things staff will want in the future office.